Clinical Professor Kate Mewhinney

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Sharon Ukodie helps Wake Forest faculty and staff with advance directives.

Gave several presentations this spring:

  • The N.C. Guardianship Association on “Guardianship and Elder Exploitation:  New Developments.”The Triad Health Project, on “LGBT Rights in Health Care Settings.”
  • Queens University Estate Planning Day, on “Cognitive Impairments:  Ready or Not, Here They Come,” with Charles Edwards, II, M.D.
  • 11th Annual Erik Lie-Nielsen Geriatrics Symposium, on “Advance Directives:  Medical, Legal and Ethical Dimensions.”

Was on the planning committee for the “Aging Re-Imagined Symposium” at Wake Forest University.  This multidisciplinary event was attended by over two hundred people and took place over a two-day period.

Was a volunteer attorney for NCBA 4All, the free “call-a-lawyer day” put on by the N.C. Bar Association.

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